Calm Like a Bomb

| 82 min

Mauro Russo Rouge (CENSURADO, ABERRANTE, IRA) condenses revenge, love and violence into a single night. What is there to say? Nothing. So this intense thriller is without dialogue. No more Fellini-sugar-coating. The new Italian cinema is radical, uncompromising, raw. After the violent death of his girlfriend, a man stalks the perpetrators. He has given himself one night for his bloody act of revenge. Criminals gather every night at the Zieske Club to talk business and give each other advice, but one night they are joined by a man who has decided to put an end to their activities. A spiral of shocking violence that leaves no room for words. A man, his woman, three criminals and the distorted sounds of a decrepit metropolis are the only points of reference.